Ontario history made as Guelph goes green

For the first time in history, a Green Party MPP has been elected to Queen’s Park. Green leader Mike Schreiner…

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Three alley lights approved for downtown Windsor

Downtown Windsor is getting alley lights. Windsor City Council unanimously approved three alley lights near Victoria and Dougall avenues as…

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‘Feels pretty good’: First responders, civilians honoured for their bravery

Without hesitation, Gerard Desrochers jumped into action to rescue a snowmobiler who broke through the ice in December. “I didn’t…

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Englishtown ferry crossing fix delayed a second time through key tourism season

ENGLISHTOWN, N.S. — A ferry that helps reduce the travel time to northern Cape Breton has been further delayed from…

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University of Guelph using creative composting to reduce waste

After abolishing plastic bags, straws and disposable dinnerware, the University of Guelph is taking further steps to reduce its waste.…

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Longest-ever AHL game ends after 6 hours, 5 overtimes

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Six hours and six minutes after the puck dropped at Bojangles’ Coliseum, there was finally a winner.…

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